Extreme Tree Firewood

Extreme Tree - North
51 Main Street
Bloomfield, NY 14469
585-734-2420

sales@extremetreeandlandscape.com

 

Extreme Tree - South
35246 US Hwy 19 N
Palm Harbor, FL 34684
727-271-3081

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Firewood (Currently NO seasoned split firewood is available)

We keep the wood from the tree work we do and recycle it into firewood. We save only the best hardwoods like Oak, Maple, Cherry, Beech, Ash, and Locust. Then it is cut and split for seasoning. To insure it has dried properly, we use a moisture meter. We do not always have firewood available because we will not sell wood that has not seasoned properly.

We stack the wood onto pallets to keep it off the ground for at least a year to dry. Wood is stored in Rush, NY but if you prefer, we can deliver and stack at your home.

Wood Splitter

If you hire us to remove trees from your property and decide to keep the wood for your fireplace or wood stove, we will cut the best pieces to 16"-18" for you and can also bring our log splitter to handle the larger logs. Keeping the wood can help save money and also provide you with a free heat source in the winter.

A great place to find more information on firewood as a heat source is http://www.woodheat.org/good-firewood.html

Mulch Wood Chipper

We use large chippers to convert tree debris into wood chips. These chips are not double ground and dyed like other commercially sold mulches, however they can make good mulch for paths, beds, or fill for low areas. Please contact us if you would like us to deliver a load to you when we are working in your area. There is no charge for the chips but we cannot promise availability. We always offer the chips to our tree customers first and then make them available to others on a first come basis. We also sell and deliver the double ground and dyed mulches by the yard.

If you would like to learn more about the proper use and benefits of mulch, visit Cornell's website at http://www.gardening.cornell.edu/factsheets/mulch/mulchland.html#character